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The District 233 school board agreed to reduce the 2020 levy by $1.3 million in keeping with a promise board members made to share the benefits of a state grant.

While taxpayers will only see a small reduction on their property taxes, board members said they felt agreeing to abate the taxes was a fair and proper move. 

The decision was made at a Finance Committee meeting Dec. 7 and forwarded to the full board for action. The board voted unanimously at its Dec. 15 meeting.

Under its current funding formula . . .

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